A master's degree in peace and conflict management studies prepares students for a wide variety of careers. Graduates may become researchers, educators, negotiators, mediators, government officials, businesspeople, activists, and professionals in organizations focused on human rights, dispute resolution, environmental protection, international law, and human and economic development.

  • International, one-year program taught in English
  • Use Israel as a living classroom for empirical learning
  • Academic tours, simulations, role playing and expert panel discussions
  • Supervised practicum around Israel

With a pluralistic, ethnically and religiously diverse population Haifa provides the perfect backdrop for students from around the globe to come together to learn about conflict and peacemaking.

The Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities of Haifa, along with the neighboring Druze villages of Isfiya and Daliat el-Carmel, are important components of the city's social and cultural development, which have contributed greatly to the city's cultural life, creating a modern Mediterranean city that is truly special.

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